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Full text of "Scientific Papers - Vi"

CLASSIFIED CONTENTS OF VOLUMES I—VI                          685
VI.    SOUND—continued.
On the Passage of Waves through Apertures in Plane Screens, and Allied Problems—continued.
Two-dimensional Vibrations ...          ....    Vol. IV  290'
Narrow Slit.—Boundary Condition d^]dn — 0     ....           ,,291
Narrow Slit.—Boundary Condition cjf) = 0 .           ....           „        293
Reflecting Blade.—Boundary Condition dtp/dn — 0       ...           „        294
"Reflecting Blade.—Boundary Condition <£ = 0     ....           „        295
Various Applications    ....           ....                    295
The Limits of Audition.  Art. 228.   1897 .....         ,,297
On the Incidence of Aerial and Electric Waves upon Small Obstacles in the Form of Ellipsoids or Elliptic Cylinders, and on the Passage of Electric Waves through a Circular
Aperture in a Conducting Screen.   Art. 230.   1897   .        .          „      305
Obstacle in a Uniform Field  .......           }>        306
In Two Dimensions      ........           })        309-
Aerial Waves      .....          ....                    310
Waves in Two Dimensions    .......           )5        314
Electrical Applications ........           ,,317
Electric Waves in Three Dimensions        .....           „        313
Obstacle in the Form of an Ellipsoid         .....           „        333,
Circular Aperture in Conducting Screen   .....           „        324
On the Propagation of Waves along Connected Systems of
Similar Bodies.   Art. 235.   1897.....           „     340
Some Experiments with the Telephone.   Art. 239.   1898 .        .          „     357
' On Iso-periodic Systems.  Art. 242.   1898         ....           „     367
On the Cooling of Air by Radiation and Conduction, and on
the Propagation of Sound.  Art. 244   1899       .                                    37 b*
On Approximately Simple Waves.  Art. 261.   1900 .        .        .          „     480
On a Problem relating to the Propagation of Sound between
Parallel Walls.  Art. 267.   1901.....          ,,532
Acoustical Notes. VI. Art. 270. 1901.....          „ 550
Forced Vibrations        ,...,.,.           „        550'
Vibrations of Strings   .         .         .          .          .         .          .         .           ,,551
Beats of Sounds led to the Two Ears separately....           „        553
Loudness of Double Sounds .......           „ 554
Interference of Sound.  Art. 273.   1902.....Vol. V       1
Some General Theorems  concerning Forced Vibrations  and
Resonance.  Art. 274.  1902     '......          „         8,
Work Done.........           ,,10
One Degree of Freedom      .         .          .          .         .          .         .•           „          11
Several Degrees of Freedom         .          .          .         ,         .         .           „          13-
Action of Resonators........           „          15-
Energy stored in Resonators        ......           ,,23
On the Pressure of Vibrations.    Art. 276.   1902      ...          ,,41
On   the   Free   Vibrations  of   Systems   affected  with  Small
Rotatory Terms.    Art. 283.   1903.....     "    ,       89<wed through a Coddington lens.here /u, is the cosine of the angle between the secondary (or scattered) ray and the backward direction of the incident ray. W. F. S.]spheres are easily demonstrated.